articles on

Thunder Storm Photography

Thunder Storm Photography

Nature is breathtaking. Sometimes it is beautiful, but in many opportunities it might be really terrifying, like during a thunder storm. Through out cultures a thunder will represent many things, but the most common idea is that it is the voice of God, or even the wrath of them. And photography makes it easy for us to admire all the show in a safe way, not scary at all. But it's cool to know that these talented photographers had to endure some tricky moments to capture these. So, for more of their awesome work, you should really check their portfolios out, just by clicking each picture. I know you'll love it, and they'll definitely appreciate it. Also, if you got you own pictures of thunders, and electric storms, share it with us! Cheers! ;) Stormy by Miles Bowers Electric sky by Richerd Reynolds Grand Monsoon by Dan Ransom Angry Skies by Dylan Gehlken Harvest Sky by Greg Gibbs Lightning over Tucson, Arizona by John Forrey Raw power by Jorge Maia Electric Boogaloo by William Nguyen-Phuoc Electric Melbourne by Wolf Cocklin Electric Reflection by Kyle Ford Electric Skies by Simon Boldy Summertime Blues by Brandon Pendred